University of Huddersfield
How would you rate your university towns night life?
7.7 / 10
(based on ratings in 2016)
"There are two big clubs and they're not great (my personal opinion). The rest of the clubs are really small and a little weird. The pubs are quite nice and most of them retain a bit of old pub charm."
"The nightlife is good because it's cheap, there's enough choice and it's all nearby! It's a good balance of being able to have a good night any day of the week but it doesn't completely take over your uni life!"
"I enjoyed the clubs and pubs but more cheap student events should be organised to get more people involved."
"The nightlife in Huddersfield is fantastic for the first year but can get a bit repetitive after that. There are plenty of places to choose from including chill, hippy bars, traditional pubs, a Wetherspoons (of course), several proper nightclubs, dance clubs and several bars where bands play nearly every week."
"Most pubs offer good student discounts and are quite busy during term time. However, as the town relies heavily on students, the entire place seems deserted five days after the end of term."
"There aren't many clubs, only Tokyo, Revolution and Five Bar. The nightlife needs more good events."
"We have plenty of pubs that serve food, a variety of clubs and many places with a friendly student atmosphere including games, pool and a TV with game consoles."
"Revs, Five, Tokyo and Claustrophobic for example. Camel is good in your first year but can get old."
"Nightclubs, restaurants and a range of activities including the cinema, bowling, the theatre and laser quest."
"The town has several clubs, lots of bars, restaurants and upmarket coffee shops as well as various fitness and leisure facilities. There's also an Odeon within walking distance of the university and nearby cities are easily accessible via the train."
"There are two main clubs that are good for your general night out (Tokyo and Camel) as well as smaller clubs that are cheaper to get into (Kewz and Mavericks). There's also an excellent small venue for local and national acts called The Parish as well as lots of pubs."
"We've got bars, thrift shops and big brand shops too."
"There are all sorts of facilities close by including bowling, cinema and bars for students that host quiz nights etc."
"In terms of nights out there are two main clubs: Camel and Tokyo. There are a few local pubs in the town centre and near the station including a few Wetherspoons and a few smaller pubs such as Parish and Bar Maroc."
"There are a few bars and they turn into clubs later on in the night. There are two actual clubs and they're all situated within the town centre."
"There are a good few clubs and venues, nothing special but not bad either."
"There are clubs, pubs, cinemas and bowling etc. However, because it's a town, there are not as many choices as there would be if you lived in a city."